Stavanger - Sauda - Stavanger. This trip goes by express boat and bus from Stavanger to Sauda (Monday-Thursday) or by express boat direct to Sauda (Friday and Sunday). The trip starts at Fiskepirterminalen in Stavanger and goes through the fjords to Sauda.
Stavanger - Sauda - Stavanger
This trip goes by express boat and bus from Stavanger to Sauda (Monday-Thursday) or by express boat direct to Sauda (Friday and Sunday). The trip starts at Fiskepirterminalen in Stavanger and goes through the fjords to Sauda.
Sauda offers varius activities for people of all ages. The town is surrounded by hundreds of mountains – low and high. So anyone can find a hike that is suitable. The hikes are marked and several of them starts from Sauda town center. On a hot summer day it is possible to cool down on one of the many small beaches along the Sauda fjord or in a lake. In Sauda there is also an indoor heated swimming pool. In the summer you can also use an outdoor water slide, jumping pool, a children's pool and a recreational area. At Allmannajuvet, along Norwegian Scenic Route Ryfylke towards Saudafjellet, there is an open café and guiding in the mines in the summer. Here you can see magnificent architecture and learn about the history of the mines.
In Sauda town center you can go shopping in more than 30 shops of all kinds, and you can enjoy a meal in a café or restaurant. Åbøbyen, which are some of the best preserved workers' quarters from the period when power-intensive industry was established in Norway, is an excellent area for a stroll. Visit the industry worker museum and see how the workers used to live. Sauda also offers activities like kayaking, bicycling and climbing. Visit the local tourist office to get some tips on what you can do to make the most of your visit to Sauda.
The trip back to Stavanger takes place with bus and boat (Monday – Thursday) or with a direct express boat (Friday – Sunday). Departure from: Stavanger boat terminal (Fiskepirterminalen)
About the trips This is a "Travel like the locals" tour. The tours use public transport, i.e. regular buses, ferries and boats, but we have done the planning for you so that you can concentrate on enjoying your trip. You travel on your own - there is no guide or tour leader. On most of our tours you must change several times between different buses/ferries/boats, and it is up to you to make sure you catch your connections – truly travelling like a local! (The tours are set up so that the buses, ferries and boats connect.) Trips are not available for booking on public holidays and during holiday periods such as Easter and Christmas due to deviations in the timetables. The timetable shown is valid for the periods when the trip is bookable.
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